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Tuesday May 25th Local Sports

TONIGHT:
AM-1300 KGLO — Minnesota Twins vs. Baltimore — pre-game 6:00, first pitch 6:40

AM-1490/96.7-FM KRIB, kribam.com — Clear Lake baseball vs. Newman — 7:00

 

IOWA CITY — Mason City native Megan Meyer is entering the NCAA transfer portal. The 5-8 guard has decided to pursue transfer opportunities after playing two years at the University of Iowa. Meyer saw action in 11 games as a freshman and played 29 games in her sophomore year that saw Iowa make the Sweet 16 of the NCAA tournament. Meyer this past season averaged just under nine minutes, scoring 2.3 points. Meyer will have three years of eligibility remaining after her transfer.

 

IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — Iowa basketball player Jordan Bohannon is recovering after sustaining a serious head injury while being assaulted. The university athletic department says the assault occurred early Sunday. Iowa City police did not immediately respond to a request for details. Coach Fran McCaffery says Bohannon is recovering well after being attacked by an individual he did not see coming at him. McCaffery says friends who were with Bohannon at the time kept the incident from escalating. Bohannon announced in April he would return to the Hawkeyes for his sixth season in 2021-22.

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Mitch Garver hit a two-run double and the short-handed Minnesota Twins used a six-run eighth inning to beat the Baltimore Orioles 8-3. Baltimore’s DJ Stewart hit a two-run homer for a 3-2 lead as the first batter following a 45-minute rain delay in the eighth. But Minnesota rallied with six straight two-out hits in the bottom half. Jorge Alcala, who returned to the mound after the delay, allowed two runs and two hits in an inning for the Twins.

 

OSAGE — The #4/1A Newman baseball team scored six in the sixth and three in the seventh for a 10-1 win at Osage last night. Doug Taylor struck out 12 in six innings of work to lead the Knights, who are 1-0 and will travel to Clear Lake tonight in a game scheduled to start at 7 o’clock and can be heard on AM-1490 & 96.7-FM KRIB and kribam.com.

— high school baseball last night
Clear Lake 11, West Fork 5
St. Ansgar 8, Central Springs 1
Northwood-Kensett 14, North Butler 4 (6)
North Iowa 2, Wapsie Valley 0
Forest City 7, Eagle Grove 1
Lake Mills 5, West Hancock 1
Independence 7, Charles City 0

 

SHEFFIELD — Aliva Hauge fired a five-hit shutout, striking out six and walking none as Clear Lake beat West Fork 3-0 last night in Sheffield, as you heard on AM-1490 & 96.7-FM KRIB and kribam.com. Clear Lake is 1-0 on the season and will host Waverly-Shell Rock tonight at Lions Field.

— other softball last night
Newman 11, Osage 1 (5)
Central Springs 11, St. Ansgar 0
Rockford 13, Nashua-Plainfield 11
Belmond-Klemme 5, Bishop Garrigan 4
Eagle Grove 20, Forest City 10
Charles City 11, Independence 2

 

 

2021 Preseason Softball Rankings
Compiled by the Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Monday, May 24, 2021

Class 1A
School 2020 Record
1 Newell-Fonda 18-3
2 Lynnville-Sully 20-3
3 Lisbon 21-5
4 Collins-Maxwell 21-2
5 Sigourney 15-5
6 Wayne 17-5
7 Newman Catholic 19-4
8 Akron-Westfield 17-3
9 Martensdale-St. Marys 15-6
10 Clarksville 19-1
11 Twin Cedars 20-6
12 Exira-EHK 15-1
13 Turkey Valley 17-2
14 Southeast Warren 15-7
15 Lenox 11-9

 

Class 2A
School 2020 Record
1 Louisa-Muscatine 20-6
2 Northeast 20-4
3 Central Springs 17-4
4 Wilton 14-4
5 Earlham 19-5
6 Mount Ayr 10-5
7 Ridge View 11-9
8 North Linn 25-1
9 Underwood 14-5
10 Van Meter 14-9
11 Durant 10-5
12 Iowa City Regina Catholic 9-14
13 Colfax-Mingo 12-6
14 East Marshall 15-3
15 Treynor 9-5

 

Class 3A
School 2020 Record
1 Williamsburg 25-5
2 Davenport Assumption 21-6
3 Mount Vernon 21-6
4 West Burlington/Notre Dame 14-4
5 Atlantic 17-2
6 North Polk 14-4
7 West Liberty 14-2
8 Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont 14-9
9 Spriit Lake 13-4
10 Anamosa 13-2
11 West Lyon 12-3
12 Clarke 11-6
13 Humboldt 20-3
14 Nevada 11-9
15 Roland-Story 10-11

 

Class 4A
School 2020 Record
1 Winterset 17-7
2 West Delaware 21-5
3 Fairfield 24-2
4 North Scott 17-11
5 Norwalk 17-7
6 Dallas Center-Grimes 21-10
7 Carlisle 20-4
8 Xavier 16-10
9 Charles City 13-4
10 ADM 12-5
11 Benton Community 15-9
12 Creston 13-6
13 Harlan 15-5
14 Burlington 17-7
15 Marion 15-9

 

Class 5A
School 2020 Record
1 Fort Dodge 28-4
2 Muscatine 19-4
3 Waukee 23-5
4 Indianola 14-6
5 Iowa City High 18-5
6 West Des Moines Valley 23-5
7 Cedar Rapids Kennedy 26-1
8 Iowa City Liberty 17-9
9 Pleasant Valley 17-7
10 Johnston 15-8
11 Ankeny Centennial 23-9
12 Bettendorf 19-7
13 Ankeny 19-11
14 Southeast Polk 11-13
15 Cedar Rapids Prairie 12-8

 

 

WAVERLY — Clear Lake won the Class 3A girls regional golf tournament in Waverly on Monday. The Lions finished with a 343, well ahead of second-place West Delaware, who had a 375. Nora Carlson of Humboldt was the medalist with a 70. Clear Lake’s Meghan DeLong and Rebecca DeLong finished second and third with scores of 74 and 78. The Lions’ Jaden Ainley tied for sixth with 93.

MASON CITY — Bishop Garrigan won the Class 1A girls regional golf tournament at the Mason City Country Club on Monday. The Golden Bears had a 350, with St. Ansgar also qualifying for state as the runner-up with a 409. Newman finished third three strokes behind the Saints. Kelly Baade of Garrigan was the medalist with a 78. Kirsten Boerjan of St. Ansgar was third with an 89. Meg Thompson of North Butler finished sixth to qualify for state with a 93.

— substate boys soccer
== 1A substate 2 semifinals
Waterloo Columbus 5, Clear Lake 1
Garner-Hayfield-Ventura 1, Denver 0

 

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Cam Talbot made 37 saves and the Minnesota Wild beat the Vegas Golden Knights 4-2 despite having only 14 shots on goal to stave off elimination in their opening-round playoff series. Jordan Greenway’s second-period goal was the winner for the Wild, who also got goals from Kirill Kaprizov, Zach Parise, and Nico Sturm. Vegas was looking to close out a playoff series at home for the first time but leads the series 3-2. Game 6 is scheduled for Wednesday in St. Paul, Minnesota. Mark Stone and Alec Martinez scored for the Golden Knights. Marc-Andre Fleury, who allowed four goals in the first four games, made 10 saves.

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